August wasn't the greatest month for me overall. If you read my A little break post then you'll already be aware that my return to work zapped my energy both physically and creatively. It also showed me how much free time I had when I wasn't working, it seemed so busy going back to work… Continue reading My August in a nutshell (2020)
My post today is inspired by when I went to pick up a book earlier on (yes I'm finally back reading again), and I realised that I am reading four books at the same time, which is the most I've ever had on the go at once. It made me think about how my reading… Continue reading Which is better…one book at a time or multiple books at once?
I just wanted to put a post up to acknowledge my absence. I returned to work from furlough a couple of weeks ago and it has been hectic! That coupled with adjusting to working and taking care of my daughter (I didn't really return from Maternity Leave because I only did two shifts before furlough… Continue reading A little break
Today I'm bringing you another instalment in my series on writing. The first and second instalments are coincidently both deceased writers, but today I'm focusing on a writer who is still actively writing. His latest book was published in 2020 (If It Bleeds) and his earliest in 1974 (Carrie), a pretty impressive and longstanding career… Continue reading Tips from writers: Stephen King
July was quite a busy month overall. It was busy for really great reasons though so no complaints from me! I hope you enjoy reading about my highs, lows and standout moments for the month, and I hope you had a great month too! Photo by Ylanite Koppens on Pexels.com HIGH For the first time… Continue reading My July in a nutshell (2020)